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Robert J F Barnes Brexiteer #Brexit Jan 13
RT if you agree. must mean leaving the Customs Union, Single Market and the jurisdiction of the ECJ. Take back control of our Borders, Laws, Money and Trade.
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Chris Leslie Jan 16
If you want MPs to keep ALL options open, please encourage support for New Clause 6 in debates today&tomorrow, so Parliament is clear it can revoke the Article50 notification letter if MPs feel it’s necessary in national interest
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The SNP Jan 16
📽️ Scottish Tory MPs just voted down amendments which would have prevented Westminster's power grab.
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C. Dodds Pennock Jan 16
How on earth did we get to a point where depriving people of fundamental human rights and freedoms is believed to be a vote winner? Shameful.
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Will Black Jan 16
Maybe MP Desmond Swayne can use my grandad's "I wasn't sleeping, just resting my eyes" excuse. Though Swayne is 25 years younger than grandad was when he started to say that. Also, my grandad was retired and not responsible for the country.
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Richard Martin Jan 16
Just to be crystal clear - a huge number of English Conservative MPs have just voted to ensure that Wales, NI & Scotland do NOT have a say on via - it’s now England-only legislation.
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Wɪʟʟɪᴀᴍ(™) 🇬🇧 Jan 16
It's sad to see the Europhiles are on day release, once again explaining why sovereignty is evil and British people can't be trusted to ensure their own fundamental rights. No patriotism. No honour. Sad!
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Haggis_UK - #FBPE 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 Jan 16
Ken Clarke - Why is the government repealing the charter of fundamental right?... what evil has the charter done?.... what danger does it think we're being protected from by repealing the charter.
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Polly Ernst  #FBPE #StopBrexit2018 Jan 15
Parliament starts rediscussing tomorrow. The MPs and Lords need to know you want to and so 16-1 is a day of National Action. Everyone welcome . and or be your own protest. do SOMETHING
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Anti #Brexit Tory Jan 16
Ken Clarke makes the movement proud every time. His refusal to bend to the whims of the elite, and put the safety of the citizens of this great country first, should be emulated by all MPs.
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EHRC Jan 15
READ: Our open letter with human rights & legal experts warning that will not protect people's
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James Felton Jan 16
“This may be one of the most important bills in the history of our country” *Tory MP proceeds to actually fucking nap*
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Kristiina Cooper Jan 16
A frequent and dedicated attendee at Commons debates & listening to one of Parliament's most engaging speakers...for all that, it looked as if the was getting a bit much for Desmond Swayne.. .
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Joanna Cherry QC MP Jan 16
Given the specific opportunity to do so the English Solicitor General refuses to confirm to me that the Tories will continue to support the Human Rights Act & membership of at next General Election.
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UK House of Commons Jan 16
House of Commons rejects Amendment 4 to the by 317 votes to 299. The Amendment would have retained the Charter Rights in UK law and afford them the same level as protection as the rights in the Human Rights Act.
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tim c Jan 16
I am getting so sick of pro-Brexiters justifying their actions as being patriotic. For me chucking out hospital workers, big business and denying the nation an extra level of democratic scrutiny is repressive, insular and the opposite of patriotic!
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Amnesty UK Jan 16
There’s a dark irony in that much of the rhetoric around referred to increasing the power of the UK parliament, yet the strips parliamentary debate out of the process. That puts our hard-won rights at risk.
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PARLY Jan 16
Ken Clarke says he hopes the Lords, full of eminent lawyers, will throw back some of the "bizarre" Henry VIII powers in - "this is a pathetic parliament so far".
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Joanna Cherry QC MP Jan 16
Mother of Parliaments not covering itself in glory tonight as frontbench spokesperson gets his time cut short on devolved aspects of after we've listened to 2 ramble on at length
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Joanna Cherry QC MP Jan 16
I do hope John Redwood and Charlie Elphicke will come up to Scotland & campaign for at next election or referendum. They will have voters flocking to
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